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In 1986 New Zealand came to England for their 10th Test tour. None of the other nine had been victorious. But their hosts had already lost to India that summer and Richard Hadlee was in fine form.

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The prize is a Blade Runner bat: it has a huge profile with minimal weight, has a special power-drive cane handle and is pre-prepared; Blade Runner batting gloves: Test-match quality with total-shock dispersal foam; Blade Runner pads: lightweight with removable shin bolsters. Pro-Deluxe wheelie bag: huge, individual bag. Prize worth a total of £545.
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